host rants for a bit longer than expected, shares a Frank Sinatra
anecdote he heard Artie
Lange tell on The Joe Rogan Experience,skips voice-overs
due to an illness affecting the throat, and lastly, but (arguably)
not least, shares "Graveyard
(my original composition/recording of a simple tune). Still slightly suboptimal
but getting better. If anyone out there in Intertube Land wants to
help me to produce my source tracks into new mixes, contribute more
instrumentation or vocals, whatever, or produce your own re-mixes, I
would be jazzed. Holler at me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy.
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There are certain disc-jockey and pre-produced radio "treatments"
we, as a society, have grown accustomed to hearing. These include
cross-fades, fade-ins, fade-outs, auto-ducks (as Audacity and I call
them), voice-overs, stingers and bumpers that may bleed slightly
into primary content, etc. These minor manipulations (and major
manipulations too, for my money) do very little to detract from the
significance of the content they effect. Personally, my mind has
only been pried farther open upon exposure to this flavor of signal
transmission artistry. I intend to help to push some corner of that
envelope. The last thing I intend to do is obscure the authorship of
the skilled industrialists whose work I feature, or infringe upon
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